if you don't have time for active participation, your membership
alone will strengthen our voice!
is open to any citizen of voting age. A member of the League of
Women Voters of the Kalamazoo Area is automatically a member of
the League of Women Voters of Michigan and the League of Women Voters
of the United States and receives publications from all three.
ME UP! Download and print a pdf file of our membership form to mail, or send
your Name, Address, Phone & email address along with
your check made payable to LWVKA for:
P.O. Box 2106
Kalamazoo, MI 49003-2106
does the League do?
and testifies on issues the League has studied
debates and forums to give voters the opportunity to compare candidates
issues in order to understand and reach consensus on issues that
can be affected by political action
meetings of government agencies and elected bodies
citizens through workshops, publications, and the toll-free Citizen
Information Center phone line
people to vote and defends voters rights by providing information
about voting and election laws.
League needs all kinds of people with various interests and skills
with the Media
and Lobby Legislators
with Voter Service Activities
Raise Money to Fund Activities
a part of the voice that is heard on government and issues...
for Women & Minorities
and County Issues
the list goes on!
Informative League Publications
to revitalize citizen participation
on the Efforts of Other League Members and League Leaders
an extra contribution in addition to your dues.
does membership in the League do for me?
skills in media management, communications, marketing, administration
and public speaking
information on whats happening in Washington, in Lansing,
and at City Hall
knowledge by attending informative meetings, workshops and conferences
personal friendships and creates professional opportunities for
growth and career enhancement
and work with people who make things happen in our state and local
a difference by joining grassroots political action and various
groups intent on improving the lives of Michigans citizens.